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Q2ebanking and Trusteer team on fraud prevention

16 April 2012  |  2161 views  |  0 Source: Q2ebanking

Q2ebanking, a provider of highly secure electronic banking solutions for banks and credit unions throughout the U.S., announced today at its 2012 Client Conference, Focus in Motion!, that it has partnered with Trusteer, the leading provider of cybercrime prevention solutions to add an additional layer of security to Q2ebanking's platform.

The partnership integrates the Trusteer Product Suite, including Trusteer Rapport, with Q2ebanking's single platform of e-banking solutions. As a result, Q2ebanking clients have access to another fraud protection solution, which can strengthen their security and FFIEC compliance for multi-layer fraud protection. Trusteer's solutions prevent financial malware from infecting endpoints, secure the browser against tampering and data theft and provide automated remediation.

Orlando-based CNLBank is one of Q2ebanking's clients that will leverage the added protection. Christine M. Hartman, executive vice president at CNLBank, commented, "Q2ebanking's team is continually looking for the best ways to enhance security and maintain compliance for our e-banking channel. Trusteer's solutions combine with what Q2ebanking already offers to provide us with an added layer of protection that helps guard our customers from attack, and that is invaluable."

Q2ebanking's platform of online, voice and mobile banking solutions operates on a single secure foundation that helps keep clients in compliance with new and updated guidance. Its proactive security features meet FFIEC guidance by including multi-endpoint native out-of-band transaction authentication, security alerts, full administrative controls with dual authorization, multi-factor authentication (MFA) and VeriSign tokens to protect both consumer and commercial transactions.

"Our partnership with Q2ebanking allows us to extend our market leading cybercrime prevention suite of products to small and mid-size banks throughout the country," said Eric Blatte, vice president of sales and alliances for Trusteer. "We have pre-integrated our products with the Q2ebanking platform to streamline deployment and shorten time-to-protection. This enables our global fraud prevention network, which detects emerging threats from around the world, to provide built-in protection for all Q2ebanking clients."

"Trusteer's business philosophy mirrors our own here at Q2ebanking by taking a holistic approach to online fraud," said Brian Abele, senior vice president of product management and alliances for Q2ebanking. "The company is aggressive in its stance to prevent incidents at the point of attack and investigate their source to mitigate any future attacks. That is one of the reasons we are proud to offer Trusteer's solution as an added tool in our clients' arsenal of layered fraud protection." 

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